Lorton’s Attic, LCAC’s Thrift Store
Lorton’s Attic is a thrift store owned and operated by the Lorton Community Action Center (LCAC). The store serves the dual purpose of providing clothing, household and furniture items to our clients, as well as, a revenue stream to support the organization. Whether you are an avid thrift store shopper, a collector, a casual shopper, or living on a tight budget, chances are you will find something at Lorton’s Attic. Merchandise changes weekly so stop by on a regular basis to see what’s new!
HOLIDAY HOURS: Lorton's Attic will be closed Christmas Eve (12/24) and Christmas Day (12/25) and New Year's Eve (12/31) and New Year's Day (1/1).
It's time for the annual Re-Gift and Re-Love sale!
Everyone has a gift hidden away that you just cannot throw away. Instead of hiding it for another year, donate it to Lorton's Attic! We new and gently used gifts for the Re-Gift (re-gifting is a good thing) and Re-Love sale. The sale starts November 15, so it's time to start dropping off those gifts. Learn more about the Re-Love and Re-Gift Sale. Take a look at our Facebook album with some great holiday merchandise.
9506 Richmond Highway (U.S. Route 1)
Lorton, VA 22079
703-339-5161, ext. 130
The store is located in Williamsburg Square, the small shopping plaza at the intersection of Cherwek Drive and Richmond Highway.
|Monday – Friday
||10 am – 5 pm
||11 am – 4 pm
||Noon – 4 pm
*** NEW - Consignment Option ***
LCAC is now offering consignment on furniture and household items. 50% of the sales price goes to the consignor! Consignments are accepted by appointment only. Appointments are scheduled on Tuesday's between 10 am - 4 pm and Thursday's 10 am - 1pm with the store manager. Appointments must be scheduled at least one (1) day in advance. To schedule an appointment, please call Sheron Flynn, Store Manager, at 703-339-5161, ext. 130.
Anyone interested in the consignment option is highly encouraged to please CLICK HERE to read the Consignment Regulations and CLICK HERE to read the Consignment Contract to help ensure that LCAC's consignment regulations are a match with your goals as a consignor.
Lorton's Attic and LCAC gladly accept donations that are in good working order, and clothing that is clean and free of stains or tears. You will receive a tax donation receipt to use for tax purposes. LCAC is unable, according to IRS regulations, to assign a value to any non-cash donation given to LCAC. Please call the store with questions, 703/339-5161, ext. 130.
Furniture Donation & Pick-Up
Do you have furniture that is in good condition with no major stains, tears or damage? Consider donating it to LCAC!
LCAC offers furniture pick-up based on appointments (generally Thursday - Saturdays). Pick-up requests must be made at least 10 business days in advance of the desired pick-up time. Donors are asked to submit current photos of items to be picked up to Sheron, LCAC's Thrift Store Manager at
To schedule a pick-up, please call Sheron Flynn at 703-339-5161, ext. 130 or email:
LCAC welcomes donations of:
- Artwork and collectibles
- Clothing — clean and gently used
- DVD’s, CD’s and Videos
- Furniture — good condition with no major
stains, tears or dents
- Games — fully intact with all pieces
- Housewares — including dishes, glassware,
utensils and small appliances in good
- Linens — drapes and tablecloths
- Pictures and frames
- Seasonal decorations
- Shoes — almost new condition
- Sporting goods
- Stereo equipment
- Tools – good working order
Items we CANNOT accept:
- Automobile Parts or Tires
- Blinds or Shades
- Building or Plumbing Materials
- Car seats
- Clothing that is soiled and torn
- Computers or related equipment
- Cribs with sliding sides
- Firearms, Ammunition and Fireworks
- Furniture that is soiled or broken
- Humidifiers, Vaporizers
- Large Appliances
- Large entertainment centers
- Mattresses & box springs that are stained or torn
- Military Uniforms
- Sleep sofas
- Tower computer desks
- Windows, Doors, etc.
For large appliances or other home building or repair items that are in good, working order, consider contacting the Habitat for Humanity ReStore in Alexandria, Virginia.